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a closing ceremony for black history month. harlem would disagree with you on that because tomorrow there is another harlem kelly version of black history and he's been doing it for years. it's the most inexpensive event that i have ever been to. i'm going to try to get him to upgrade it, mr. mayor, now that he's the big man. we just finished the most magnificent chinese new years parade it was and the lord obviously smiled on the chinese because it didn't rain this year. most years it rains for the chinese new years. this was at an incredible location. it's always the location over the last years or so, an elective family has reached out to include an -- array of people. in january it was chinese new years celebration and now we are doing black history month. in about five weeks we'll be doing the cherry blossom festival which is japan's town and and then carnival and then we follow that almost instantly in june with this incredible occasion where the whole world see's how san francisco is when you get 300,000 bikes leading a parade of gay lesbians when we have our pride parade i
of harlem with bleaching ground 1675. he was the leading painter of this golder age. view of harlem with bleaching ground not until the bash zone schools he painted on easels to look what was going to be translated. it's something to look at artist typically from going back to the studios and painting. another example master full approach to the landscape genre is evidenced here in landscape 1660-1670. he has captured the forest with ice, frost and snow covered ground. the virtually monochromatic scene. it's interesting to point out that 17th dutch paintings is related to the usual climactic conditions at the time. from 1850 all of western europe experienced an ice age. he painted 25 winter landscapes during the most severe period of relative cool summers and cold winters. most of europe is experience is a cold winter so she's dragging her suit case behind her to make sure she got here for the open exhibition. there are actually 2 famous dutch painters ruisdael whose paintings we just looked at. he's also represented in our exhibition of this gallery. health and safety here is his
to the test and the return of the legendary dance theater of harlem. first, we're putting the nerd in nerdland. i have neuroscientists in the green room. you can't believe the conversation. >>> good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. there are -- almost 54 years ago this week, the first ever team of american astronauts was assembled and soon after this picture was taken of the mercury 7 all suited up and ready to blast off. photographs by the company that manufactured those spacesuits, this perfect 7 helped nasa to capture the hearts and minds of the country, not to mention their tax dollars. because americans space exploration needed a good pr day. before the united states could even get nasa off the ground, we were rocked by the soviet launch of sputnik, the first artificial satellite to orbit the earth. in the midst of the cold war, president kennedy was mired in the bay of pigs fiasco when the soviet union followed up with the first successful human space flight in april 1961. with no intention of being out done or outgunned, kennedy fired back with a big bold mitsch tiff. the moon. >> i b
was tommy romero, a puerto rican boy born in east harlem, a different kind of ghetto that produced some successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which carried their direction. in time, the south street became puerto rican, displacing the italians, who moved deeper into brooklyn. the north streets were remained polish extending into green point. his parents purchased a house cheaply and over the years created a home that was a welcome place for their children and grandchildren. this haven was of such serenity that kenny often felt the same respect and awe that he experienced when entering the fragrant solitude of the catholic church, fleeing went the irish seeking refuge from the advancing harlems, the dark skin of the people making unrecognizable the prejudices they had endured when they arrived in america. the defect of memory driving them forward to separate themselves from the shadows that follow all immigrants. fleeing went the puerto ricans, escaping the same b
cannot did outside of her apartment complex in harlem because there's so many caterpillars in these trees that are dropping onto her and affecting her, so she said inside the sassy apart it in the summertime and she wants to be outside, so sean is a young man, high school age at those and listed his supervisor and says we need to spray those trees. get out of here. he says i'm telling you my mother is suffering. i hope so she can set him apart bench. he says i'm going to bring those trees down if you don't spray gun. whatever, he burned them down. last night in the middle of new york had nothing purslane to assist you giancarlo some giancarlo summit on the courage and bravery to let him in his medalist tommy smith of the stairs to help our country redirected scott and history. it's with great honor i along with my dear friend and manners, dr. wilder and nancy damon also. we all have the privilege of presenting the most extraordinary national treasure to you. and a second, please join me in welcoming dr. john carlos. but we are going to welcome kate damon next. [applause] [applause] >> tha
of harlem with bleaching grounds in the foregrounds and one of the most important innovations for the 17th century, dutch landscape painters was the way that they approached the sky. for any of you who have traveled to the netherlands you know that there is a low horizon line and i have been told that the dutch people and i can be corrected. that they call their clouds the dutch mountains because the landscape is so low that really you get these massive clouds in the sky and that is the kind of important topography to talk about. this is another example by the same artist and it is a winter scene, and as i move through these images of different paintings from various national schools. i don't want to talk too much over them but to let you feel how the atmosphere and the mood is changed by the different kinds of clouds that the artists have chosen to depict. and i wanted to also var clearly indicate it was interesting when putting together this powerpoint, i don't typically like to put any words on the images on the slides because i like the images in that way to speak for themselves, i fee
in the beautiful change for our family. at this point, harlem is doing well in his treatment and he's back in school and he has a full head of hair now. >> catherine: that was 7 year old harlem. and his father. harlem is from oakland, and is a hodgkins lymphoma survivor. harlem and his family traveled to disney world through the greater bay area make-a-wish foundation. if you'd like to help -- you can donate your un-used could what would airline miles. just call the number on your screen. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! yno. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethin
was in the western part of harlem. we would bring people sandwiches and we developed relationships with people. one of the things that would happen wins once in a while we would talk to somebody, and we think we know that guy, his name is george. i would say george, how are you doing, would you like a sandwich. he runs the other way because he's had interaction with us before who the sandwich was an entry to getting them locked up for 6 months and whether or not you think that people living on the streets were you consider that a life, those people do consider it their life. so we feel that there absolutely needs to be more services for all levels. we do not feel that we need a coneject ral and problematic extra involuntary process in california and certainly not in san francisco. >> thank you. [ applause ] . i know we are going to be -- this hearing and discussing a lot more about outpatient mental health treatment but let's take a moment to hear from danny mcclaegen from san diego. tell us about the program. is it working? >> let me tell you what the program is about. it's a program where peop
for your lessons, your own costume. i would be up in harlem until 5:00 in the morning putting rhinestones on my costumes all night long. >> reporter: she said her luck changed after drew and they went on to win. this season her partner is comedian d.l. huguely them got the lowest scores of the night from the judges. >> len. carrie. >> reporter: we met up with them the next day. cheryl was trying to help heal her partner's bruised ego. >> what the heck are you wearing? >> this is a posture bar. >> this is what cheryl makes me wear. >> let's get girly. >> reporter: off the dance floor, cheryl is a spokesman for impress nails, jazzercize. they grow up like one big family. cheryl has known derek and mark ballas since they were kids. derek who grew up in utah lived and trained with the family since 11. ♪ >> reporter: and the current raining champ, tony dovolani used to baby sit them all. >> i'm the uncle. i feel like they always come to me for advice, for wisdom. >> reporter: do the other dancers come to you for love life advice? >> all the time. >> tony is like the godfather. he's been arou
dancing at the bank. harlem shaking at a plaza and slow dancing at the power plant. surprisingly, it all stayed relatively peaceful. >> 53 parties and we've been shut down three times. and it's usually for some kind of misunderstanding. >> no one has to drink. no one is on drugs, anything like that. just come and let loose your inhibitions. >> every night we risk who knows what. new country, new cities. go to jail. >> reporter: why do you do it? >> because it's worth it. >> reporter: why? >> it's fun. people come up to me in tears telling me this is the greatest night of their lives. >> reporter: can partying bring world peace? who knows. but until then, nothing unites us like a little love. >> thank for watching abc news. tune into good morning america tomorrow. as always, we're on line at abc good night, america.
doors of opportunity for other african-americans. an inspiration to dwight who started a harlem little league. how important is it that the kids are playing on a field named after jackie robinson when most of them have no idea who he was? >> you're right. most of them don't. that's why we're really excited about this movie coming out, that will help us teach the history. >> reporter: robinson's history still resonates, even for 8-year-old claude knight. >> white men did not like to play with black men, but he overcame those challenges and became one of the greatest baseball players. >> reporter: the movie celebrates the player, who helped changehe game, and set the stage for changing the country. >> maybe tomorrow we'll all wear 42. that way they can'tl u apart. >> reporter: rehema ellis, nbc news,york. >>> that'snighy news" for this saturday. i'm lester ht reporting from new yo. i'll see you tomorrow morning on "today." and then right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> her story is a troubling one and it has provoked emotions from people across the nation. >> today, we learne
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. the harlem of the west is back, and it's right here inure very own backyard. the fillmore district. here to tell us how he and his beautiful wife are contributing to and helping to revive the glorof the colorful district and what they planning for your mother's day is restaurateur executive chef of 1300 on fillmore, mrs. and mrs. david lawrence. hello, david. >> good to see you again. >> great to have you back. you're doing so many amazing things. >> thank you. >> i have to tell everyone a secret about you that most don't know. you're a marathon runner? >> i get out there and run a little bit. >> a little bit. a marathon is a little bit. right. >> i have done new york and chicago. >> wow. >> and that is impressive. cooking and running a restaurant is something of a marathon in its own right, isn't it? >> it is. cooking and some good food with running. keeps me in shape to meet as much as we want and that is why i run. i love to run and could be. >> you love to cook, eat and run and that is a great combination. >> how long has 1300 been open? >> we celebrated a five-year anniversary. can
there for a while. what do you say to those young girls in oakland or south central or harlem who find themselves in the same situation as you did years ago where they feel like prey and everything around them is collapsing? i will repeat what you said. look for someone out there, whether it is a teacher or a , look for someone who was willing to open their hearts. i could have had jane fonda the celebrity, but what if to unfunded the celebrity was an awful person? it is about -- jane fonda the celebrity was an awful person? tell somebody. it is not your fault if someone has abused you. it is not right when a stranger doesn't, it is not right when someone related to you does it. family is not always genetics. look for -- save yourself, you are the hero in your story. i worked to save myself. tavis: that is why i celebrate the book and the work you have done. the book is called "the lost daughter." recommend you get the text. congratulations. that is our show for tonight. until next time, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at tavis: hi, i'm tavis s
puertorriqueÑos en nueva york y pasÓ sin infancia en este complejo de viviendas publicas en el harlem latino. >>> eso es su imagen y la imagen viene precisamente del caso. origen tre s entre sus colegas tiene la imagen de fiscal extremista, muchos saben del hombre acusado de robo cibernÉtico de millones de artÍculos en una base acadÉmica. >>> ella como abogada fiscal decidiÓ lanzar un caso federal, en su contra. en medio del proceso judicial, desa pero Él se matÓ para evitar ser condenado a la cÁrcel. y esa decisiÓn de la abogada fiscal el seÑor ortÍz fue en su controvertida. >>> una imagen dura y extremista, pero cuyos rasgos llevarÁ el proceso mas importante de su carrera los a sebo tentados de boston, el nombre de carmen ortÍz ha sido mencionado como una probable candidata al congreso o ocupar el puesto de gobernadora en la estado de massachusetts, aunque para eflla la respuesta siempre ha sido que por ahora ella disfruta el cargo que ocupa, en la ciudad de nueva york, blanca rosa vilches univisiÓn >>> no se declarÓ culpable ni in ciento un hombre que querÍa descarrilar un
and kerry. i would be cool, too, showing how to do the harlem shake. now i made some jokes about the president this evening and i'm looking forward to my audit. it's coming. i know, sir. it's coming. but i would like to take a moment here and change gears and say something to the president regarding the events of the past few weeks. some of you may not know this, i grew up in boston. my parents still live there and my brother, luke, raised his family in watertown. i would like t take this opportunity to thank you, mr. president, for visiting that great city and helping its people begin to heal with your inspiring words that made a huge difference. it's been said recently that you don't mess with boston. as someone who grew up there, i would like to echo that sentiment. it's really simple, if you pick on a city, don't choose one where nine out of ten people are related to a cop. don't do it. it's stupid. and that includes myself. i have one more thing to mention before i go. everyone's obsessed with washington these days. you all saw how you went crazy for "house of cards" "homela
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